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L'AIDE PUBLIQUE AU DEVELOPPEMENT(A.P.D)

Il est établit dépuis fort longtemps que le monde est constituer de differente catégories de pays au regard de leur richesse effective exprimé par le revenu ou PIB. Il y a quelque décenies que le pays été catégorisé en fonctin de leurs idéologies(il y a les capitalistes et les socialistes) par "Solidarité" internationnale les pays riches développés ou industrialisés assistent les pays en voie de développement moin industrialisés en leur accordant ceque l'on appelle Aide publique au Développement afin de se mettre sur l'orbite du développement. Notons cependant, qu'il aura toujours des pays plus riches que les autres pour ainsi dire qu'il existera toujours des assistés car le rythme du développement ne peut être le même partout(le monde ne doit pas être égalitaire, donc l'aide doit toujours existé).
L'aide peut être Bulaterale ou Multilaterale, elle peut être sous forme des Dons ou des prêts; entre 2001 et 2008 la RDCongo a bénéficier de l'aide sous forme de Dons répresentants 85% de montants totaux engagés et versé contre 15% d'aides sous forme des prets. Il faut distinguer aussi l'aide humanitaire de l'aide au développement. L'aide humanitaire intervient souvent dans des situations d'urgence pour faire face à des problèmes ou à des besoins qui quand ils ne sont pas resoluent ou satisfaites mettent en perile la vie induviduelle ou collective: cas des épidemies, des conflits armés, des catastrophes naturels,... L'aide au développement intervient surtout dans le cadre des intervantions qui visent le durable c'est-à-dire, les investissements.
Sur la période 2007 à 2008, la RDCongo pour les engagements de 5,6% milliard USD a effectivement bénéficié de 3,28 milliard USD dont 64,7% comme aide au développement et 35,3% comme aide humanitaire. Dépuis les années 40, le pays sous développés bénéficient de l'appuis des pays développés dans le cadre de l'aide au développement. Certais pays qui bénéficient des aides en font bon usage alors que d'autres n'en tirent que bénéfice en faveur de leur population; c'est ainsi que le donneur et le pays partenaire se sont convenus de rendre l'aide efficace.

English translation by community member Anna L.

PUBLIC AID FOR DEVELOPMENT

For a long time, it has been established that the world is made up of different categories of countries in regard to actual wealth expressed by revenue or GDP. A few decades ago, countries were categorized according to ideology (capitalist or socialist). Rich developed or industrialized countries show their international "solidarity" by assisting less industrialized developing countries, giving them what is called public aid for development so that they can enter the orbit of development. However, it should be noted that there will always be countries wealthier than others, meaning there will always be those that receive assistance because the rate of development cannot be the same everywhere in the world (the world does not have to be egalitarian, therefore there will always be a need for aid).
Aid can be bilateral or multilateral, in the form of grants or loans; between 2001 and 2008, the financial assistance that the DR Congo received was 85% grants and 15% loans. A distinction should also be made between humanitarian aid and aid for development. Humanitarian aid is often provided during emergency situations to deal with problems or needs which if not resolved or satisfied would put the lives of individuals or entire communities in peril: epidemics, armed conflicts, natural disasters, etc. Aid for development is provided particularly within the framework of sustainable interventions, meaning investments.
For the period 2007 to 2008, with pledges of 5.6 billion USD, the DR Congo has actually benefited from 3.28 billion USD, 64.7% of which was aid for development and 35.3% humanitarian aid. Since the 1940s, developing countries have received support from developed countries through aid for development. Some countries have made good use of this assistance while others have not helped their populations at all; this is why the donor and partner country [must] agree to render effective aid.

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Anna L.'s picture

Chère Ariane, Merci de

Chère Ariane,

Merci de partager cette information sur la situation d'aide publique au développement en RD Congo. Est-ce-que, à votre avis, le gouvernement congolais gère bien ces fonds et la population bénéficie de cette aide ?

Bien à vous,

Anna

Chère Anne,
Nous disons grand merci pour cette confirmation qui nous assure la lecture massive de nos articles postés chaque fois au faite, notre gouvernement gère bien ces fonds mais la visibilité de ces fonds aux bénéficiaires est très minime.

arianemoza

Anna L.'s picture

Chère Ariane, C'est un grand

Chère Ariane,

C'est un grand plaisir pour moi aider les femmes de Maman Shujaa en traduisant vos messages. Je suis contente de savoir que votre gouvernement gère bien ces fonds.

Bien à vous,

Anna

Chère Anna, c'est jolie de vous voir concentrer sur les articles du Centre Maman Shujaa pour les commentaires, la traduction, la lecture et autre nous somme très contente de vous lire. Merci

arianemoza

Anna L.'s picture

Translation

PUBLIC AID FOR DEVELOPMENT

For a long time, it has been established that the world is made up of different categories of countries in regard to actual wealth expressed by revenue or GDP. A few decades ago, countries were categorized according to ideology (capitalist or socialist). Rich developed or industrialized countries show their international "solidarity" by assisting less industrialized developing countries, giving them what is called public aid for development so that they can enter the orbit of development. However, it should be noted that there will always be countries wealthier than others, meaning there will always be those that receive assistance because the rate of development cannot be the same everywhere in the world (the world does not have to be egalitarian, therefore there will always be a need for aid).
Aid can be bilateral or multilateral, in the form of grants or loans; between 2001 and 2008, the financial assistance that the DR Congo received was 85% grants and 15% loans. A distinction should also be made between humanitarian aid and aid for development. Humanitarian aid is often provided during emergency situations to deal with problems or needs which if not resolved or satisfied would put the lives of individuals or entire communities in peril: epidemics, armed conflicts, natural disasters, etc. Aid for development is provided particularly within the framework of sustainable interventions, meaning investments.
For the period 2007 to 2008, with pledges of 5.6 billion USD, the DR Congo has actually benefited from 3.28 billion USD, 64.7% of which was aid for development and 35.3% humanitarian aid. Since the 1940s, developing countries have received support from developed countries through aid for development. Some countries have made good use of this assistance while others have not helped their populations at all; this is why the donor and partner country [must] agree to render effective aid.

Nous disons merci pour la traduction qui aide d'autres lecteurs à comprendrent nos articles dans leurs lagnes. Merci et à bientôt en ligne

arianemoza

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